Doubletree Hotel Houston Downtown

400 Dallas Street, Houston, 77002-4777, TX

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Overview

Doubletree Hotel Houston Downtown is a nice location for families with children to go. The hotel is perfect if you’re visiting the Houston Zoo, Rienzi Mansion and Buffalo Soldiers National Museum. A few other attractions include The Houston Museum of Natural Science and The Galleria. This 4-star hotel has 350 suites, it also has a fitness center. Doubletree Hotel Houston Downtown dining options include onsite restaurant and room service. The Breakfast Klub, The Chocolate Bar and Backstreet Cafe are all kid-friendly eateries that are also worth looking at and are within 5 miles of hotel.

DoubleTree hotels are found in more than 200 destinations worldwide, many of which offer onsite dining. Select properties feature suites with living and dining areas, and many hotels are pet-friendly. Read more about DoubleTree.

Our Editor Loves

  • Good location
  • Friendly staff
  • Good for weekend getaways

Family Interests

  • Museum/Cultural

Family Amenities

  • Cribs
  • Laundry
  • Onsite Dining

Reviews

We stayed for 6 days to attend the International Quilt Festival.

by Carol K

The rooms are newly redecorated, clean with comfortable beds. The hotel staff were polite and helpful. There wasn't a chair, there was a narrow hard bench to sit on, no desk, cooler instead of refrigerator, no coffee, no glass in bathroom, insufficient lighting, clothing rack instead of closet and the only waste basket was in the bathroom. I would not stay there again.

C Baldwin - Houston, TX

by ThimbleCottage

Nice hotel but missing several basic things. The rooms do not have coffee pots and no complementary coffee/tea offered at all. No chairs in the room to sit on to relax, read or watch tv, only a small round stool and no desk or table. Best thing I can say is the bed was very comfortable for sleeping. Price for a room was probably based more on the location than accomdations.

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